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What is HASPI?

HEALTH AND SCIENCE PIPELINE INITIATIVE

HASPI is a collaborative network of K-16 educators, industry representatives, and community organizations that are actively engaged in the common effort to improve students’ ultimate success in healthcare professions. HASPI preparation is intended for students of all academic levels and backgrounds.

HASPI's three primary goals are to:

  • Increase health/medical career awareness
  • Improve science proficiency in middle school, high school and college science courses
  • Ease student transition to post secondary programs and improve retention rates

OUR VISION

Students that complete a HASPI Health Career Pathway course sequence will be prepared to pursue any health training program of their choice, from technician to physician.

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HASPI was formerly Regional Allied Health and Science Initiative (RAHSI).

Life Sciences Summer Institute Internships

2015 LSSI HS Online Application is now available - Deadline March 26th!

LSSI is accepting applications through Saturday, March 28th for its 2015 summer program. Now entering its 11th year of connecting high school students with internships at The Scripps Research Institute, Salk Institute, and UCSD Extension, the LSSI program includes a one-week pre-internship "boot camp" of hands-on research experience held at Grossmont and Miramar colleges with college credit, as well as the opportunity earn college prep units from UCSD, Extension.

  • Program Dates: June 22-August 14, 2015
  • Boot Camp: June 22-26, 2015
  • Deadline to apply: Saturday, March 28, 2015 (11:59pm PST)

Eligibility Requirements to apply Include:

  • At least 16 years of age on or before June 29, 2015
  • Min. 3.0 GPA
  • Have taken at least a year of biology and chemistry
  • Commit to 40hrs/wk for the duration of the program

Please see application guidelines for additional requirements and instructions.

LINK TO APPLY: http://workforce.org/life-sciences-summer-institute

If there are any questions, please don't hesitate to contact: Erika Arangure, Project Coordinator at biotech@workforce.org